Grab and Go Meals will be available for all Ponca City High School students through the Distance Learning transition timeframe due the surge in COVID-19 cases. Students may pick-up lunch and the following day’s breakfast from 11:00 A.M. -12:00 P.M. beginning Wednesday,... Read More.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health is reporting 1,702 new positive COVID-19 cases for Tuesday, Nov. 10. Oklahoma's seen 140,157 COVID-19 cases overall as 20,632 cases are active. Seven additional virus-related deaths were reported for Tuesday, bringing Oklahoma's death toll to 1,451. One of the... Read More.
The Northern Oklahoma College Division of Fine Arts presentation of the smash hit comedy musical, “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” has been postponed. The new tentative date is Jan. 21-24. The musical comedy was originally set... Read More.
The following letter is from Ponca City Public Schools Superintendent Shelley Arrott. Dear PCPS Parents, Staff, and Community Members: Regrettably, Ponca City High School has experienced a recent surge of COVID-19 positive cases. Over the past 36 hours, we have been notified... Read More.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health is reporting 2,197 new positive COVID-19 cases as of 11 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 9. Oklahoma's seen an overall total of 138,455 COVID-19 cases as 20,129 cases are active. A reminder that the OSDH did not release new data... Read More.
As area high school teams wrapped up the regular season on Friday, selected teams will kick off the playoffs this Friday. For class 2A, Blackwell will host Prague and Perry will host Meeker. In Class A, Pawhuska awaits the winner of Hominy and Afton, Woodland hosts... Read More.
The COVID Alert System Risk Level increased this week from 22.3-Orange Level 1 Moderate Risk to 27.9-Orange Level 2 Moderate Risk +. Last week, PCPS experienced the highest number of in-school positive cases since school started, after experiencing two record low weeks. There were 15... Read More.
While the Oklahoma State Department of Health did not release new data on Sunday, a record-breaking 4,507 COVID-19 cases were reported statewide in Oklahoma on Saturday. As the state has seen 136,258 COVID-19 cases, 19,790 cases are currently active. Nine virus-related deaths were reported Saturday... Read More.